Lunchtime Read

Read All About It!
(Bet Sparky does the crossword puzzle in ink)

Guys, this long(ish) post from Michael Hobbes is required reading.

The Methods of Moral Panic Journalism

Scare stories on “left-wing illiberalism” display a familiar pattern.

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6 Responses to Lunchtime Read

  1. Ellis Weiner says:

    You’re right. It’s a great piece and a must-read. Thx, 10gr.

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  2. Could have been titled “The Eternal Victimhood of the Conservative Mind”

    And I’d go on to reccomend his evisceration of the degenerate gamblers of the political press. https://michaelhobbes.substack.com/p/savvy-punditry-isnt-smart (which I started to read a week ago but lost track of, so I’m very grateful of finding it again…)

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    • tengrain says:

      I might have recommended that last week, BDR.

      Sadly, Hobbes has hung up his mic on “You’re Wrong About.”

      TG

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      • I might have recommended that last week, BDR.

        LOL, I expect that’s how I ended up reading it.

        I am constantly reminded of the ur-computer game “Colossal Cave” and it’s general applicability to life.

        “You find yourself in a twisty maze of websites, each slightly different”

        (Geek joke: back in the day we had 4 different *nix systems lined up on a long table in our office: two different SGI boxes for molecular modelling, a DEC Alpha that was our domain controller/email system, and an HP/Apollo with that horrible Frankenunix SysV/BSD OS, and a sign printed (in big ascii-art characters across a nunch of sheets of 80-col fanfold, natch)

        “You are in a maze of twisty little Unixes, each slightly different” )

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  3. MDavis says:

    It looks like Michael Hobbes is a must read.

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